April 16-18 | CMHC Spring The Cardiometabolic Challenge: Navigating a Syndemic (complimentary)
Join a gathering of world-renowned experts in the prevention and treatment of cardiometabolic disease at CMHC Spring taking place April 16-18. Covering the latest advances in obesity, hypertension, lipids, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and more this event will provide you with new insights and strategies to ready to integrate into practice by Monday morning.
The conference will begin with a call to action keynote delivered by CMHC Senior Planning Committee member, Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand, MD titled Addressing the Disproportionate Burden & Disparities with COVID-19. Additional sessions will cover a wide range of topics including kidney disease, heart failure, hypertension, diabetes management, obesity and lifestyle medicine, dyslipidemia, atherosclerosis, thrombosis, and cardiometabolic risks & COVID-19.
With expert panel discussions, case presentations, Q&A sessions, and more, CMHC Spring will present much more than simply another series of video presentations. Register today to take advantage of the clinical expertise that will be disseminated at this time event.
ACCESS COMPLIMENTARY REGISTRATION
October 14-167 | 16th Annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress (Take $100 OFF with Partner100)
You’re invited to join the leaders in cardiometabolic medicine at the 16th Annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress taking place at the Gaylord National Harbor— just outside Washington, D.C— October 14-17, 2021.
With sessions designed to encourage growth, foster insightful conversations, and push past clinical boundaries–this event will set the stage for the greater industry conversation on how practitioners can lead and advance the fight against cardiometabolic disease. Led by world-renowned researchers, clinical educators, and practitioners, the event will place an emphasis on the most hands-on, applicable education in cardiometabolic health.
The conference will offer a unique assortment of session topics to unpack. The conference will begin with one full day titled and themed: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Actionable Cardiometabolic Rare Diseases You Might Miss. The subsequent days will cover topics such as FDA updates, diabetes management, hypertension, and much more.
SNEB members may take $100 off registration using code